Zimbabwean writer and peace activist Lancelot Muteyo profiles reggae musician and human-rights activist Mannex Motsi and his support of nonviolent change.
Peacemaker Daniel Buttry writes about Sierra Leone Refugee All Stars, a band born out of Kalia Refugee Camp at the Guinea-Sierra Leone border (with videos).
Desmond Tutu was an Anglican Bishop (now retired), Nobel Peace Prize winner, and social rights activist who fought to end apartheid through nonviolence.
Stephen Biko was a visionary leader and sacrificial victim in the struggle to end apartheid in South Africa. He founded The Black Consciousness Movement.
Author Daniel Buttry profiles South African leader Nelson Mandela, focusing on four reasons Mandela was a memorable example for cross-cultural peacemakers.
Leymah Gbowee is a Liberian peace activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner who led women in peaceful protest, leading to an end of the Liberian Civil War.
Imam Muhammad Ashafa and pastor James Wuye once advocated inter-religious violence. They now work together, advocating religious coexistence in Nigeria.
(b. 1936) This Muslim Prince of Pakistani origin has lived most of his life traveling around the world. As a person with global exposure since childhood he has become a leader in a worldwide educational movement to equip people to live in a diverse world rather than give in to the fears of a “clash of […]
Richard St. Barbe Baker was an environmental activist who spent his life on reforestation and working against land mismanagement. He founded the international nonprofit organization “Men of the Trees,” which is still active today.
Ephraim Isaac is a Jewish Ethiopian scholar, teacher, lecturer, mediator, and peace activist. This article profiles his various peacemaking efforts.